ATEN 2ポート USB KVMP CS1732B
2台のパソコン、MAC、SUNのディスプレイ・キーボード・マウス・オーディオを1セットのコンソール = ディスプレイ・キーボード・マウスにて切替えて使用可。 2ポートUSB2.0ハブ機能付き。日本語OSDにてデバイス毎の切替や各種設定が行えます。多機能マウスにも対応。
USB2 and VGA, but implemented well.
Note that the cables are non-standard. Also, whilst 1.2m might sound long enough I did have difficulty positioning the box to be able to reach both desktop and laptop within that distance.
If it meets your technical requirements, then it's a solid piece of kit.
je pars de l'alimentation pour brancher le commutateur. faut leur demander un adaptateur france
Verlängern geht wegen dem USB nicht!
Ansonsten alles dran was man benötigt
The slightly less simple review - as a hardware solution it solves challenges that I think could often be solved by software. There are subscription services and also free and paid-for pieces of software that enable you to control several computers from one place, and often this has the advantage of allowing you to be anywhere on the planet, but with the possibility that the NSA is looking over your shoulder.
But let's assume you want a hardware solution, the thing I found a little tricky about the CS1732B, and for which I deducted one star, was that when I came to wire up my two laptops it turned out that my specific scenario didn't really work as I had hoped. Firstly you need a single screen that has the higher resolution of the two screens you have connected. Unfortunately this is where my setup fell over because I've got a rather lame standalone monitor and it has a smaller pixel width than both of my laptops. Secondly, my current keyboard and mouse are wireless and work from a single dongle. I didn't try very hard, but the CS1732B was expecting me to plug in two separate devices to the two USB sockets, not just one.
In terms of construction, the box itself feels sturdy. Note that some of the cables use a unique connection that is similar to VGA but not actually identical. This ensures that you plug everything in the right way, but I'm not sure what it would mean if one of them broke - you'd probably have to go back to the manufacturers, instead of popping down to Maplins.
Out of the box setup was aa breeze thanks to the clear and concise instructions.
Operation itself, is simple. A few clicks and it's done. Switching back and forth is EASY.
Definitely worth the money.
This was a new thing for me, as a domestic 'tweaker' rather than a IT specialist...
So, yes good instructions, minimal installation issues.